How blockchain technology is transforming climate action -Breaking
The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, urged world leaders to cut carbon emissions. Achieving the following: net-zeroThe world will be a smaller place in 30 years. This is why many are looking to the blockchain to purchase carbon offsets and rekindle interest in carbon capture.
The United Nations Environment Programme has RecognizedTransparency, clean energy and carbon markets are some areas in which blockchain technology could accelerate climate action. The UN Climate Change Secretariat was part of a multi-stakeholder consortium that included several organizations at the Paris Summit 2017. Set upClimate Chain Coalition was an initiative open to all, indicating its support of blockchain for climate.
Jane ThomasonKasei Holdings’ chairperson is an investment firm that specializes in digital assets. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Queensland and has had multiple roles with the British Blockchain & Frontier Technologies Association, the Kerala Blockchain Academy, the Africa Blockchain Center, the UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies, Frontiers in Blockchain, and Fintech Diversity Radar. Her articles and books on blockchain technology are numerous. She has been featured in Crypto Curry Club’s 101 Women in Blockchain, the Decade of Women Collaboratory’s Top 10 Digital Frontier Women, Lattice80’s Top 100 Fintech for SDG Influencers, and Thinkers360’s Top 50 Global Thought Leaders and Influencers on Blockchain.